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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Utkbrldtce, Alberta. Monday. September 1913 CENTS Number 245 DEBATE ON MGltt IMS Premier Shows That the Province Is Being Saved ilohcv Edmonton, on the and Great Watorways leslelallon will In the Alberta legislature today, with tho motion of Premier SiTion for the reading c[ LIU No. IS, en U tied an act napecl- IDE the Albe.-la t Great Waterways Co. It Is jLtt a today Bines Pre- mier Renounced LD tho House bta Htmion of tlie dlftlcully wblch confronted tho government tinea daemon ol the Privy Council, de clarlng ultra vires ihe Imitation paas- by lIn proTJnce In 1309, convert- tug the inoneyB borrowed for build rallwaj- to The purposes of the gei revenue fund of tho province. The opposition Late, during lhe wceV, for the attack tboj- will he'filn tort ay on It jrojK.rcd BelLiement. v The i en era! impression la inal the solution Jg far too Batleftctory lo the proTlnce at large lo pleiso tho oppo- fUlon, who hire Ell along cherished z hope that Inls wac the ro-fc on which the government ship might to apliL "The with Jwhlcli the settlement, has been recelr; ed -by all governmoni supporters has caused the opposition great dUap- poluliDfrDt and the opposition press LfcE made a final appeal to oM differ In ranks In Llie aleo dor hofw of IbduclriK sotna of the gov- ernment's support.era to vote, against tho 1 The actual which Premier Slflon will move lhe second reading this sf IpiDooa, and to which he will speak Jy, -J j chiefly concerned with 'of finances InTolved In the 'f. One" of the moat'impOr tan t features of, tlie point" of vie? f fe-.the clause "which jrro- "tie; KOTlnce be titled to receive Interest on the 'prb- ec.eds erf the bond "ecmied up to July 1 (n conslderiUon of whlcl the province waives-all defaults on the of the railway. The province owing lo a default of the A. G. hag been paying the au'm or 5 po cent loUTCJt to bondholdera, and vrll receive, u.nder the provisions of' Ui present act, the tiree and a half pe cent! paJd by the banki to tM 'com during the lime that the mone liai been held In the banki. The pro Vliice will, therefors." out only on rind half cenL on the traaiac lion. The province, alu yWM a. radwa which will be properly conatruot' opemUd, md built at much lea cost thu Uia line, which orer-fipltallzwi. Tfaa motley saved o lhe.contract will go to the building ol additional mentioned .Once Iho A. t O. "W. raatlfr'.a out of the way, and -arrangements com- pleted for i4r. McArthur (o ffo" ahead and build tna builneaa left for lhe JegfflUturs (o do il Bent will not be ot euob oul- jutandlnE Importance, "and [Ma'likely that ibe session wUl conclude about Iba irilddlo'of next month. SOME SHIPPING THIS Winnipeg, Mcu., Sopi. AH prcvloyt records for cue day'a inspection'- of sraln at v 'Wlnnljieg have been surpassed. as ori Friday, 1C85 cfiTa rero Inspected. The previous >e- -fr cords were September 21. 1913, and 1603 en-Nc her 17. ?2, Of these 1C65 cars, were v wliral, and 305 wcro sradtfl. There are In sight (or this morning's-Inspection J250 oara, at American mar- hels for Friday SO cari; Minneapolis. and Duluth, 1151. "Tfce aentcncr of this court is till you be in provliicial jail at for a trim ol years, less one day, oa each ot tlitee These v.-orJs the silence ol tte court Iliib morning, and frll heav-J ily on the ears of E. O. Deans, Iho self confessed former, :iho admitlrd having forged Ibrte checis, and rc- the cash for them. Tliis is the third time Deanp rioccived sentence lor iorRfry. Majis- j Irale Kllon was very Irnicr.l with him Bent oh .Career of Crime (iels Two Years BOUGEN'S PLIGHT was dran'A oa Ifce IJank ol Nova Scotia, Mr. Kenny dealt with the Bank ol Toronto. This aroused I Mr. Yost's suspicions, along vilh Dorefn'c general manner, and saying that It hid not suftaient cash on hand, he told.Burgen to come back later. In the meantime Yosl located Mr. Kenny, icamlnji contractor. anJ upon {guery denied having giren suet a checlcT Borgen rttuined to the ho'.el later on, however, and Yost Jinrnc, nearly a year ago. He let fm j on with a ligiil scnlci-ce ol tour (inoiilrLS, hoping lhat would uiuiJ his ways. IJcanc caiac out about lour months ami olituineJ tic use of Fowler's typewriter, .dotaf ttcn- ApparClltly. Weak him closely as 19'the Vnuir.mess ol in Mind Also I'ouud GiiiJtv 10 DU1Y OF TEH Dcirgrn to Ktnse tliat he liiil h'cen lound cut anil hur- rlnHy lell, taking ttf check hitn. Yost ir.foriiied Ihe pollc? tbroiJRh'' an acquaioUncc, and in ILe meinllmc shadowed to. Magistrate EUon on Salurdar, being hotel, wteie lie saw (he Alerasdra him tear Ihc until lodaj- lor. scEiesre- rhrrk up. Borpen thru vrnl west io The looV bis tasc cs an 4th si reel, with Yost, still camping object leskdiT fpE.'a-ilectUKe lo young on Ins trail. Constable Doolty ap- o v PROVED OP ON E lhe police found he.' was office o[ the Mounted" Police quite sound mcniaUV He is only "Is wanted, their searrh Ird them to Kl- here. vurs o! aEc. comes Irom Norwav. ko, D. the authorities there hav- An .interesting case cT forzcry was and has no relatives in ing arrested Mm on similar Medicine Hat, Pal- euL haa Just been lesu'cd IE probably tbe'most val- v usblfl homestead eTer'. prored ,-J up In Canada, that of II.. JC? Jjndla or Iledclfff iwilcb-Jg'lhfl .C- 16r township quarter b Loctwood range 6, the between the CROTHERS MAY RETIRE Ottawa, Sort. Hon. T. Orofhers. minister of labor, will Dot for long remain lu lhe Dorilen cableet IB a mat- f.- tcr of general opinion in po'-l- v Meal circles at ilio capital. Ii Is bcllcrcd that the mlnlEtef at tLe Hrst opportunity will Tclire from Ibe mtntfiiry, and land a place on 'the Ontario bencli. S1nco taXiog charge of lhe department two yeara ajo the minister baabcRn far from sue- In Its or afialrs. aud eBjieelally in his bandllQK of tie various lanor v dlipiitea which have-occurred during his tenure of office. fr S. ff A f. Flour Will be Taxed 25 Cents Clmngos in Other Schedules Sixty of WJiOfi.t Eighteen of Oats Will Grade No. 1 "Our crop on ihe Miami [arm-is a and Redclllt pail? Mr; Lenals- filed quarter" (tree years ago" and .'today Ie Js worth about f2QO.iJOp.-iii facfi _ _ 3Ir. lAndls, tas refused reported to-: day from the conference committees precisely in line with tho forecast r.iade ia the despatches o! Friday1' last. Toe items covering tbcse products'. arc just as tlir-n given. Oats, oat- ir.eal and oal-fced are carried in lha1. bill, jusl as the senate prescribed they shall Lc, startios a duty. on a-fcushcl of oats of sii ccflts.atid; 33 cents a on ootraeali.. The jiew. classification [OT. woollen, stockings, gloves and mittens makes' reduction from the bouse. rate .on- these valued at Irss Iban }1.20 a en, and an increase on those above: Angora wool 'and articles ciade Jroni, H- given a higher duty the bouse The bouse' ralo on silk' ribbons and harrow Tanric's creased Ir'oui 40 to "15 per cent.; wh'ijo" Lhe liotsc rates oh common paper boarJs and papers for' ?rlnts irere rediicej. '.An iccrraE'eJ [ate ol duly 'was provided- foflitlio-.- graphic views oi Atnerlcau scenes' and-' the rate on surlarc coated papers suitable for Lkisea was UIT- "y creasfj Irom 35 to 43 per cent. Reduction in the house duties .was'. made on apuircl or-cattle' or-' goat lUT-liats, roi'gb' lorms of- aHil goat camel's-hair INGS Winnipeg, ctartes of Iior5e W. Ings, millionaire ror.chc-r Aloetta, were by mag- istralcMacdonald this prpss of numerous rojral betrothals hive let r ol Dr --Mewburn hect rerardinK Rpeaking-of .thanklulccis lor Adellwrt th. >tored he'said.V'This has tetn t mm son broughV forcibly home lo tte people in thf, departuR HAINT APPLIED YET Editor of the Lethbrldce Herald: your Saturday's" "of the' Uorald, I nollco Tpu'stalcd 1 bnd an" iprl'cltlon In to tat atelj" sent out .to to watch for him. White "hot aclly, it Is believed'lhe amuunt to OTGr 'Tho police think a number of men are Inrolvod In having bought itchcti from Robin- it reduced J. Crist and Qoorse were ar- rflsled, chwged wllh being "acceaaorlca bftfore the facL allege that they purchued-tho tlcltelB In tlic'reK- ul4T and irhen.'ther thst RoblnBon bed skipped, csme to itho the potlllon of Chlel ot I with to see If the Uch'cta were to Inform public I voiiU.noL had sonie (IckctB In think of putting In application (or n potltlon.not ret yscalcd by Chief However, being a free-born DHllsh BUbJect, I Inform you that I ha'yo file Tight to apply (or Ibc posi- tion .pi tht proper the- pre- scnt-Chlet bas rcftlgned. Yotiro sin- cerely, JOSBPII Q1LLE3P1E. their poasesilon wag Tefuacd. NOT Parli, Sept. SERIOUS WAH, Tov'tn poet the recurrence of.-.flghljng.ln the l be. localized: ILNIEEIICIII'S Manager Haman Says Council Acled Haslily-Cin' Apply-All lo Reduction of i; Hardie Enroute for Home THhecIly wlihfi'lore-open ncRott-. toward paying of! nolei now In Hloni'.wlih. the Dominion of wilh -A vlen- to clo-a- r that Mhc cltj are both greatly pleased willrj tfiis year's operations, and with gen- eral air ol prosperity throughput the country.. _.' ]t One ol lhe features of this farm is the lact that it is entirely tret.from astir new> gossip rriarriage of Prlnre KaTeer's tbird MHJ. belmcn and Jfr. McDonald, tho manascr, is an view of a gene-ral policV and not with expect farmer, and keeps tbe .entire; the main obiect of brings about a 5DOD acres "in perfect condition, lie sent a man over the farm recently to pull weeds. The" man walked ten rhilci and found six weeds. Mr. Pearson says thai the ,-com- his son and th! I'nneMs Marj- with loVjng Morris, are but tokens ol It-is obiious lhat a marriage such as this roy'al circles, would ol the utmost imporlance regarding' tht -Kais cliaiigt..o( front toward. England. adopted'from .the point'ol BE' EXTRADITED Sept. extradition Albert' Victor Tly manager of a Chicago e" supply-company, lie was on AuguEt 23 on a i CASTOR BOY WAS KILLED Castor, hero thai Cecil 11, killed lear llaikirlr, bv being run. over by Gihson'E thresilnB machine. ilolh-.Tor use. in and- as j ratc-t will be slightly reduced those r'on grades' at .collon ..clothj .The., rate ;nn. .coltpn reduced. ,-V SLAUGHTER O? BLACKS llarriston. MIES.. Sept. drug-crazed, nulatto broiheray-' a. .riot .lure lain afternoon, ivhlch cndeJ.only aflcr Ihree'.iihilo; men, four- nejroft inen, (ind a Ind neon killed. LONDON! LOROlpEil Sir Thomas Bowater, Paper Manufacturer is First Lancastrian lo' be Chief Magistracy of London, Sept. Sic Thomas Van ftorri in Liverpool, and Sir- .Charles. w-i-.n-w Sittart llowaler Mayor. ot vas.-clrclrt Lord ol Locrion todaj', He wiH assume oa November 9. Sir Thomas is the firif l.aTicaV- Itian to alta'n this liigh Sir ore next in rotation, "are natives of Liverpool acid Lancashire- Sir-Thomas a .Manchester man. HE was born 1802 and came tn London E.S a Atlcr Mm, however. to enter business. He Js now at Uir. head of a large firm cl aermat-. accificnls, a' Lancastrians for mayors, for His Johnston, who succeed him" rapid. politically has Princess.Mary. It is bflloved in Ger- man court circlrs there is good hope for success ot the marriage plan, 'as Jlary mar be leimed the sailor prin- panj-.intends to p.o in lor mlxcil just as Adelhert Is a sailor ing on a larger sc.ilc r.cyt ycati There [prince. ale about 60 brood sows to )-cir, and doing nil the n-oik.'ol' the farni with horses, number of colts are expected. A colts were raised this'yrar, ar.d as nianv more arc expected next Southern iUhcrta haci'c.tts -arH, other crop like this one next ye'it; all 1 cnn sny is 'look said Mr. Hcnnc. He things thai development iVjust bcjinninfr, and thai within tho neil five years this country, draw (fce.nllcntiRn ol the wliJi'norM with Its progrrja. Pearson and .Mr. are; spending' aTcn dais in visiting sorao points o! 'Interest, and arc greatly, impressed Milh its pro-' SMALL ENTRY. FOR INTER- NATIONAL AEROPLANE CUP iclms. Franco, Sejl. ZD.-r-Onlr four ters flr4w places in tbi con. )r the InlcinnKonal Acropfftnfl p at Iho .firodrome here under tbe ROSS WAS LEFT NUMBER O7 BEQUESTS TO PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN "CITY Of MONTREAL Montreal, Sept. 29ftrPublIe Jamea Fois, preEldcnt of. the Dominion Coal com- hanV, It la noiv nlgllt will allow the nUvtHr.tsday. It is likely nothing will ttlf.'el JISO.OOO 'ot debentures to nollie dpno until Ills relurn. Ift roll made public The lltt Montreal Art utcoclitlon 1100.000.' Royal Vjclorla'.hoiTillalJfO.OOO. loicrtl I50.0M. '.Menbcal mttemlty hospllil, 150.MO. hoipltil, J25.WK1. Ross Memorial Ltnotaj, QnL, hli dentil Mr. Rofi the Art asapclatton rtore than ilOO.OOO as well IB J50.000 to McOlll (o (he Alaxiir.dra n, vell-knavn tlrintn, Maurkc .and founded meni Ollbert end Em lie VedrfoM. hoerlUl ID How We May Elect ikn Ideal Commission No. 4 -iWhat Should Be ihe'Mayof's Qualifications? Thi practice of paying mayor a ulary, which ttllblithcd lofrie .four or five yon ago, itart of cemmlVilon sovernmtnl In Ldhbrldg'- Mtlbtn IKal the-pollllon baconie more than an one, and (nil, In order that mayor might expected to bV In (ill ctrlVln heurj 6rthe day for tht trtniuc'-' lion of tlty bu'ilneiV, H vat only right he >hould bo paid. CommDllon government inch n is befng jdopleii it really'only an EXlenilon pf the sime.ldea. It h fill' that three men, giving their whole time to the work, and receiving iilariei commensurate with1 their dirllii, .will'.bi.. able to'admlpliter ifie iffiln of lhe city better than one paid man with a board bf aldermen In an 'advltory capacity.; the dutlee of the'mayor havVilways been very Indenmto.- been tiii mirtafJuJLi if, thil-- aceourit. -But uttdff lupWvlWd by him it the wcceatful miniver of a lirge itore thould be. TWf of iilarlei for.headi of depJtrtrr.enti. -Thil ll th< quiitlon the Htopayenl j themielvee on, and avery. cindldttt for mayor forced lo hlmtelf clear, on the nolrjt. If Ii Mlary to a gooi niah fo :ct at It employ the" number I M of departrMnti under him! !s not 10 large yet. If tddlilonil Hlartai ithCng to 'reduct the of operating where ft the bvnefit of cornmliilon government fro.rn'a rhl If ttty] rwthrng to rtdiiti the of ocxrallng departmente, where (i the binefil of commliilon government from .Four Inouaand dolllra'li I let of money, and rimlmber, tht chief commltefoner ilvei ;